Discussion in 'Healthcare/Insurance/Govt Healthcare' started by Zoom-boing, Mar 6, 2011.
Does anyone have anymore info on this?
The honorable Congresswoman is mistaken as to what her countrymen want:
And, yes, of course it contained implementation funding.
You seem surprised
The only thing that should be a surprise is that it took this long for someone to go public with it
From your link, for those that like to read instead of look at pictures
Meanwhile, views on repeal continue to be very mixed: with four in ten backing repeal 40% want it removed (but half of those hoping the law will be replaced with a Republican alternative) 20 want something else., three in ten backing an expansion of the law 30% (libs) want it bigger , and two in ten hoping to see it implemented as is 20% want it . And most Americans continue to report they want to keep many of the key provisions of the law. There is more agreement when it comes to the strategy of using the legislative budgeting process to stop implementation of the law: six in ten continue to oppose the idea.
Your pie chart is non-sense for the gullible.
Has it not been public information that states have been applying for and receiving various federal grants for the past ten months or so? Is it a secret that high-risk pools have been set up under the law and are currently paying out benefits? Did I just dream that a few hundred million in Prevention and Public Health Fund Workforce Grants were released last year to bolster our primary care workforce? Yes, implementation is being funded.
This isn't exactly Men in Black, just read the newspaper.
Defunding has never been a popular idea. Those who prefer to burn the village remain fringe characters.
Can you catch Meet the Press? She was just on telling the whole world about it. Seems like the demonRats hid 105 billion dollars in the hcra and nobody knew it,, cause nobody read it. oh,, and somewhere around here I posted her interview with greta,, I'll see if I can find it.. hang right here..
It's not that no one knew about it. It's that those wanting to make a fuss about the bill didn't take the time to read.
Typical dimwit games, lie to you and do the opposite what they say.
Not to mention that seniors who comprise a good portion of the sample the poll was derived from, are being brainwashed by AARP into thinking that Obamacare will be their best alternative.
Apparently you don't remember Pelosi stating that "we have to pass the bill to see what is in it". Also, they were give a whopping 24 hours to read a 2000+ page bill. Can't see why they did not get to all of it before it was passed.
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